President Trump was wrapping-up his whirlwind campaign schedule Monday night at his signature ‘Make America Great Again’ rally when the crowd erupted in an impromptu performance of ‘Amazing Grace’ to comfort a woman receiving medical attention.
The touching moment went viral on social media within minutes; showing President Trump walking away from the microphone as his supporters finished the traditional hymn.
– Woman faints at the Trump rally
– Trump stops, steps away from the mic & stands silently for 7 minutes (!) while medical personnel deliver care
– Trump asks audience to pray
– Audience breaks into spontaneous rendition of Amazing Grace that grips the arena
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 6, 2018
The heart-warming moment came just hours before millions of Americans head to the polls to decide the direction of the country after a year of political campaigning and billions of dollars in spending.
Watch the touching moment above.
EXCLUSIVE: See Hannity’s Photos from INSIDE TRUMP’S MAGA Rally in Missouri
President Trump is poised to speak with thousands of supporters at a ‘Make America Great Again’ rally in Missouri Monday night; weighing-in on the high-stakes 2018 midterm election just hours before voters head to the polls to decide the future of the country.
Sean Hannity and his team are on the ground; delivering breaking news and an exclusive interview with the Commander-in-Chief himself.
Take a peek at some exclusive, behind-the-scenes photos from the President’s ‘MAGA’ rally below:
MAGA IN OHIO: Trump-Backed GOP Candidate WINS Special Election
The Trump-backed GOP candidate in Ohio’s special election claimed victory Tuesday night; reportedly defeating his Democratic challenger and denying liberal lawmakers an additional seat in the House of Representatives.
The President campaigned hard for Republican State Senator Troy Balderson in the days leading up to this week’s special election; promoting the candidate as Democrats hoped a landslide victory would signal disaster for the GOP heading into the 2018 midterms.
“When I decided to go to Ohio for Troy Balderson, he was down in early voting 64 to 36. That was not good. After my speech on Saturday night, there was a big turn for the better. Now Troy wins a great victory during a very tough time of the year for voting. He will win BIG in Nov,” tweeted Trump.
When I decided to go to Ohio for Troy Balderson, he was down in early voting 64 to 36. That was not good. After my speech on Saturday night, there was a big turn for the better. Now Troy wins a great victory during a very tough time of the year for voting. He will win BIG in Nov.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 8, 2018
The unofficial vote has Balderson with 101,574 votes and his challenger O’Connor wit 99,820; a razor thin difference of just 1,754 votes.